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DAK 284

The innovative and ventilated cable connector DAK 284 allows for safe insertion of cables and wires into a housing with IP66 / IP67 enclosure, while providing pressure relief in the enclosure / cabinet.

 

Thanks to a waterproof filter in the front screw, dirt and water are prevented from entering the enclosure at the same time

which can cause pressure equalization in the enclosure / cabinet.

 

Condensation is formed by pressure changes and temperature changes inside and outside the cabinet. This happens, for example, by the temperature difference of day and night. Problems with dust may also occur if negative pressure is created in connection with pressure changes. The negative pressure causes dust to creep into the cabinet through door jumps etc.

 

Installation instructions

Make a hole in the enclosure and install the ventilation cable lining with the lock nut. Make sure that the gasket is placed on the outside of the enclosure and that the holes are free from degrees.

 

(Air capacity according to technical data applies at pressure differential of 70 mbar)

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  • High IP class
  • Integrated strain relief
  • Quick mount
  • Broad cable range

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Technical data

General Data

Air capacity 0,025 m³/h

Dimensions

Weight 0,007 kg

Material

Colour Light grey
Material of body Plastic
Material plastic housing Plastic

Rated Operating Conditions

Tightening torque max 2 Nm

*Invisible Heading*

Operational temperature -20°C ... +80°C
Storage temperature -20°C ... +80°C

Safety and Approvals

Approvals cULus, EAC, RoHS, UL, VDE
IP class IP66, IP67

Product description

The innovative and ventilated cable connector DAK 284 allows for safe insertion of cables and wires into a housing with IP66 / IP67 enclosure, while providing pressure relief in the enclosure / cabinet.

 

Thanks to a waterproof filter in the front screw, dirt and water are prevented from entering the enclosure at the same time

which can cause pressure equalization in the enclosure / cabinet.

 

Condensation is formed by pressure changes and temperature changes inside and outside the cabinet. This happens, for example, by the temperature difference of day and night. Problems with dust may also occur if negative pressure is created in connection with pressure changes. The negative pressure causes dust to creep into the cabinet through door jumps etc.

 

Installation instructions

Make a hole in the enclosure and install the ventilation cable lining with the lock nut. Make sure that the gasket is placed on the outside of the enclosure and that the holes are free from degrees.

 

(Air capacity according to technical data applies at pressure differential of 70 mbar)

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Parts Air capacity Weight Tightening torque max Price
0,025 m³/h
0,007 kg
2 Nm
0,025 m³/h
0,008 kg
2 Nm
0,04 m³/h
0,013 kg
5 Nm

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